Fall into Good Speech Habits this season!
What are somethings we are working on in Speech and Language?
What do these mean?
A question that begins with “what” asks a question about a thing.
A question that begins with “who” asks a question about a person.
A question that begins with “when” asks a question about time.
A question that begins with “where” asks a question about a place.
A question that begins with “why” or “how” asks the reason why something has occurred.
Basic Language Concepts
What is a basic language concept?
Some Opposites (i.e. Hot/cold, in/out, up/down, empty full)
Categories (i.e. Colors, Shapes, Sizes, etc.)
Social & Emotional States (i.e. Happy, Sad, etc.)
Spatial Relationships (i.e. Front, Behind, Top, Bottom)
For my students working on articulation, keep up the good work and continue the practice! Here is a link describing the reason that teaching “R” is so tricky; this link also has some tips for practicing “R” at home. Interesting read! https://www.superduperinc.com/handouts/pdf/102%20RforParents.pdf
Please note, not all children are working on speech AND language. Some students are working on only articulation, only language, or a combination of both. If you have any questions regarding speech and language therapy or anything concerning your child, please feel free to contact me! I am very proud of the speech and language progress thus far with all of my students!
Miss Theresa Klaus, M.S., CF-SLP